We are in the process of filing to become a 501c3 nonprofit charitable organization so that all donations are tax deductible. Soon all donations will go to Parker Killian “Gives” Moore, Inc.
The mission of ‘Parker Killian “Gives” Moore, Inc.’ is to provide educational and other life-changing opportunities to inspire young people to reach for their dreams.
Central Georgia Technical College, Warner Robins, GA.
Fall 2018 – $250 scholarships have been awarded to two (2) single parents accepted in the RN program.
Leah, Parker’s Mom, was a single parent most of his life, and he was her inspiration to become an RN so she could always provide for him. This scholarship represents the enduring and loving relationship between Leah and Parker.
Piedmont Technical College, Greenwood, SC
Fall 2018 – $500 scholarship has been awarded to a student accepted into the Veterinary Tech Program, Newberry Campus, Newberry, SC. Parker lived nearby for 5 ½ years with his Mom and Grandmother while she was in nursing school. Parker loved animals and considered attending Veterinary Tech School. (Awarded July 2018)
Gwinnett Technical College, Lawrenceville, GA.
Fall 2018 – $500 scholarship has been awarded to a student accepted into the Photography program. Parker loved photography and was interested in pursuing this field of study.
We plan to award scholarships at all three of the above colleges for Spring 2019 and would like to add additional scholarships. (Awarded July 2018)
Camp Sewee, Marine Science Camp/Youth Learning Institute, Clemson University, Awendaw, SC
Summer 2018 – One $670 scholarship awarded to an elementary/middle school student who embodies the character of Parker – his love of life, the outdoors and for others. A student who financially would never be able to attend such an enriching summer camp.
This year the scholarship was awarded to Kaden Myers, 5th grade, Prosperity-Rikard Elementary School, Proserity, SC. (Parker attended here for kindergarten and first grade when he and his Mom lived with his grandmother). Awarded to Kaden on Parker’s 24th birthday, March 12, by his great uncle/aunt and cousin, Adam, whom he attended camp with several summers.
We plan to award this scholarship annually. (Kaden attended Camp Sewee, June 2018 and had an enriching and wonderful experience.)
Ride Away Music Fest – Date and location to be determined – a two-day music festival to honor Parker and his love of music. The festival will be a community spirited event as well an avenue to raise funds for scholarships and other endeavors in keeping with mission of The Parker Killian Moore Charity/Scholarship.
Parker’s Trail – The Walk at Sandy Run
Groundbreaking – Tuesday, June 19 @10:00am.
Tim Thomas – Warner Robins City Council is responsible for naming the 1,000 ft. boardwalk winding through the wetlands at the new passive park, Parker’s Trail. The park is being constructed on South Houston Lake Road, Warner Robins. Completion date: Early 2019